Ah, I was thinking FiNe almost for sure, but then I saw that he moved his eyes to the side sometimes and I wasn't completely sure. I really need to trust more first guesses more.
Auburn NeFi Albert Einstein also had the "airy" Fi thing... Do you think that high Fi users with a high IQ are more likely to have the airyness/ innocent Fi? (Einstein's IQ was 160, IIRC Witten's is 182)
The sprite-like voice is caused by a constant flow of emotion (Fi), I believe, so I don't think it has anything to do with intelligence. Btw, have you guys seen Liv Tyler and Regina Spektor? They also have such voices.
Yeah I just read over the whole airy thing in the Einstein thread and realized that I misinterpreted it. The airiness is in his face, not voice. Although Witten's face is similar when he is neutral. It's the innocence of Fi that does it in high Fi users, so I just thought that maybe people that were more intelligent had less negative thoughts/hate/bitterness.
I believe there was some discussion here before about how many Fi leads have soft voices.
elly - Yeah. It's a constantly running undertone of emotional eneregy. It doesn't exert itself forward like Fe which pushes emotion out in little packets. It's just always sorta "on" at a level plateau.
Mhm, and also Evanna Lynch when she was younger really had that sprite-like voice:
In the inverse though, there's a constantly running emotional sorrow. Visible in people like FiSe Viggo Mortensen. It's curious too, that this divide exists as a sort of counterpart of Fe's Bipolarity. But while Fe can be bipolar depending on the interaction at hand, Fi's aura is generally the same throughout everything. This will also be part of the definition for Fi, when I write it. I've been referring to this asFi Seelie and Fi Unseelie after the two terms used to describe two classes of sprites/faeries in folklore, to describe the two opposed shades that Fi users can have. I found it fitting of the faerie nature of Fi, but admittedly this is a bit of an indulgence of my affinity for fantasy.
I confess I had to learn to 'change' my voice tone/way of speaking to be respected and be taken seriously by a certain type of strangers ... (Like, In shops with salespeople... or talking to any person who I still don't know if will be able to handle my softness without thinking I am naive, easily-led/manipulated or stupid), When I am not in that mode, my voice is exactly the way your guys described. Some few people find it cute. In my experience, it is almost a curse cause I have a deep psychological need to not me misunderstood.
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